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JULY 2014 A monthly publication of the Beaver Dam Senior Center Volume 17 Issue 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS Activity Calendar BD Fire Dept. Health Safety Notes Beaver Dam Lake Days Bobbies Papercrafting Concerts in the Park From the Administrator Gentle Yoga Happy Birthday Leadership BD Graduation Listening Session with the Mayor Messing With Mitzi 12 8 7 6 5 3 3 5 4 11 6 New Member Orientation Programs Activities Saturday Night Polka Party Senior Travel ClubDay Trips Senior Travel ClubExtended Tri

CITY OF BEAVER DAM COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES SERVICES 114 E Third St, Beaver Dam, WI 53916 Phone 920 8874639 Fax 920 8871902 Hours MondayFriday, 730 am430 pm Email bdcascityofbeaverdam.com Web Site www.cityofbeaverdam.combdcas DEPARTMENT STAFF Evonne Boettge Traci Gmeinder Patti Maleck Julie Piltz George Behling Parks Department Administrator Office Administrator Customer Service Clerk Custodian Building Maintenance GENERAL INFORMATION Membership City residents age 50 over become participating me

Looking for something to do in the evening and on weekends Pot Luck parties, cards, concerts Enjoy the long, lazy, hazy days of summer Where in the park, or maybe sign up and Here of course beautiful downtown or uptown, become a Senior Pomette Join Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Will your summertime fun include a few days of RR out of town, a wedding, a us, wont you graduation party, a new grandbaby or greatI hope youre not even thinking grandbaby Whatever you are up to this summer about missing the fun

GREENHOUSE WRAPUP MEETING FRIDAY, JULY 18 Thanks everyone for volunteering for another terrific plant sale Its time to talk about what went right, how we managed the plants, and whats in store for next year The meeting will be held at 800 am. Coffee and treats for everyone, please be sure to RSVP so we have plenty to enjoy 9208874639. Terry Zimmerlee, Volunteer Coordinator DIAMOND JACKS SHEEPSHEAD EVERY WEDNESDAY Heres another way to enjoy the areas favorite game at the Center. Game time is 700

JULY BIRTHDAYS FREE ADMISSION WEDNESDAYS, 700830 PM SWAN PARK 1 12 15 16 17 July 2 July 9 July 16 July 23 July 30 Beaver Dam Community Band Local Vocals Al Kohl as Willie Nelson Bill Hill Beaver Dam Community Band 20 22 24 25 27 29 31 Melvin Brushaber Darlene Lutzow Dorothy Ninmann John Schmid Rachel Wehner Mary Fehling Terry Zimmerlee Tom Fetterhoff Ronald Neuendorf Shirley Uecker Frank Butts Karen Beske Edna Heinemeier Sandra Stanfield Robert Bradley If you would like your name added to the

BOBBIES PAPERCRAFTING Join Bobbie Pearson for cardmaking at the Center. We will be using precut diecuts, doing some stamping and paper cutting, and using paper punches, markers and beautiful papers to complete some very unique cards. Jennifer Larson will join us as a guest instructor. Jenn will be helping you with some fun techniques and will bring precut delicate flowers and wonderful 3 dimensional effects. July cards will be a get well card with a pop up surprise inside an embossed, vintage su

BEAVER DAM LAKE DAYS TAHOE PARK FISHING TOURNAMENT SATURDAY, JULY 12 Sign up in advance for a new tournament on Beaver Dam Lake sponsored by the Beaver Dam Lake Improvement Association. Check in begins at the Tahoe Park Pier at 500 am and ends at noon. The fee is 25 per person50 per boat with a limit of two people per boat. Boats mush have live well or cooler with aerator, no shore fishing, no launch available at Tahoe Park. Cash prizes are per boat based on the number of boats participating. A

Want to stay sharp Attend our Brain Fitness workshops LEARN what the latest research says about keeping your mind sharp Diet Sleep Exercise PRACTICE healthy new lifestyle habits and brain fitness exercises in a fun social setting dont worry, there wont be any grades TRACK your progress with an easy to follow work book WOODSHOP FOR WOMEN Heres your chance to claim the shop as your own Manager Terry Appenfeldt will teach you basic woodshop skills. Please contact the office if you are intereste

THISTHATAND SOME OTHER THINGS SEVEN Word Game 1. What is the Roman numeral for seven 2. The Big Dipper has seven of these. 3. A ladybug usually has seven of these. 4. There are seven of these on a sheriffs star. 5. There are seven of these in the periodic table. 6. Seven is the country code for a phone call to this country. 7. Name the convenience store that gives away free Slurpies on 711. 8. What did My True Love give on the seventh day of Christmas 9. Name the 1954 Oscarwinning musical starri

CARD PARTY SATURDAY, JULY 5 Enjoy your favorite card game at the Center for something fun to do this holiday weekend. We will not be having a pot luck, but will be ordering in pizza after cards. If you would like to stick around for the Pizza Party, be sure to sign up when you come to the Center and diners will share the cost of the menu items selected. FISH N FUN THANK YOU A big thank you to all of you whose donationscontributions made the 12th Annual Fish n Fun a great success. Over 150 child

Senior Center Woodshop Hours MondayFriday, 800 amNoon Volunteers are always needed If you are interested in helping, please call Terry Appenfeldt at 8874639, ext 108. DODGE COUNTY SENIOR DINING MENU JULY 2014 Rose Newman, Site Manager Lunch is served MondayFriday at 1130 am. Milk and buttermargarine are served with every meal. Please note there is an age requirement of 60 years or older. To reserve your meal, call Dodge County at 3863580 or 18009246407 by 100 pm a day in advance. Suggested dona

JULY 2014 ACTIVITY CALENDAR Sunday Monday 1 Tuesday 800 Pinochle 815 Arthritis Exercise 100 Sheepshead Bridge 2 Wednesday 800 Cribbage Benefit Specialist 830 Hooks Needles 100 Bingo 700 DJ Sheepshead Concert in the Park BD Community Band Dodge County Senior Dining Menu See page 11 6 7 730 845 800 100 500 600 Coffee Conversation Gentle Yoga Cribbage Euchre Pom Dance Pepper 8 800 815 900 100 Pinochle Arthritis Exercise Writers Club Bobbies Papercrafting Bridge Sheepshead 9 600 800 101

Thursday 3 800 815 930 100 Pinochle Arthritis Exercise Wii Bowling Pool League Sheepshead 500 Pom Dance 4 Friday 5 Saturday 100 Card Party Pizza Party No Bingo Senior Center Closed 10 800 815 930 100 Pinochle Arthritis Exercise Wii Bowling Pool League Sheepshead 500 Pom Dance 11 800 Cribbage 830 Learn to Play Cards 100 Euchre Speed Scrabble 12 100 Public Sheepshead Downtown River Market 800 am to Noon 17 800 815 930 1000 100 Pinochle Arthritis Exercise Wii Bowling Meet the Mayor Pool

PROGRAMS ACTIVITIES ProgramActivity Active adults ages 50 over are welcome to attend. Cost 10 classes for 10 punch card ProgramActivity Mens Cooking Class 330500 pm Thursdays once per month Movie Club Please check newsletter for days times. New Member Orientation 3rd Monday of Month 1000 am Open Pool Tables 730 am430 pm Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays Fridays Pepper Mondays 600800 pm 3rd Saturday of month 100300 pm Pinochle 8001000 am Tuesdays Thursdays Pom Dance 500600 pm Mondays Thursday

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POM DANCE NEWS by Gloria Waddell The Seniorettes participated in the Wisconsin Senior Music Festival in Janesville on Wednesday, June 11. Chris Bedker, Mary Desjarlais, Dorothy Ebert and Maggie Miller performed six pom and dance routines that wowed the audience, while director, Gloria Waddell, presented baton twirling and tap dancing numbers. The Janesville Senior Center also hosted the event in 2013, and because of our performance then, it inspired them to start their own pom group and they to

FRIDAY BOWLING LEAGUE NEWS by Carol Abel Ah Summer. A time for youth to swim, play games, and relax in the sun. But this article isnt about our youth. Its about our Friday afternoon bowling league. We would like to have more people join us in our league this fall at Tower Lanes. If you are hesitant about bowling, please join some of us on Mondays at 1100 am at Tower Lanes. Bowling is 1.00 and we enjoy the fellowship of fellow bowlers and try to improve our skills. Maybe youll decide to join us w

LEADERSHIP BEAVER DAM NEWS Tourism. By bringing new activities to the community, it increases the revenue. Dodge County by Kathy Woock David Travis Airport is the best airport around the area, with the biggest attraction being the Horicon Marsh. May 14, 2014 Rob Minnema, utility foreman, gave us a tour of the Waste Water Treatment Facility. They have 4 fullNatural Recreation and Stewardship Day time employees. We met at Wastewater Treatment Facility at 108 Beltline Drive. We departed on a scho

SEVEN 1. VII 2. Stars 3. Spots 4. Points 5. Rows 6. Russia 7. 7Eleven 8. Seven SwansASwimming 9. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers 10. Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet 11. Sleepy, Happy, Dopey, Bashful, Grumpy, Sneezy, and Doc 12. Antarctic, Arctic, North Atlantic, South Atlantic, Indian, North Pacific, and South Pacific 13. Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, and Australia NAME THAT TUNE 1. Burger 2. Folgers 3. Kit Kat 4. Nestles 5. Campbell 6. Dou

SENIOR TRAVEL CLUB DAY TRIPS We have scheduled the following shows at Memories Dinner Theater in Port Washington. The cost for these matinee performances will be 64.00 and includes your ticket, meal, transportation from the Senior Center and driver gratuity. Reservations are needed one month prior to the performance. In the event we do not have at least 30 reservations at that time, the performance will be cancelled. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12 DONT SAY GOODBYE, IM NOT LEAVING When admitted to the hospi

SENIOR TRAVEL CLUB DAY TRIPS OLD WORLD WISCONSIN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 styles and more Well depart from the Center at 915 am on a deluxe motorcoach arriving at the park for a 1030 am tour. The cost of the trip, including Travel to Eagle, Wisconsin and enjoy a day at this transportation, lunch and tour will be 63.00 per historic site as we enjoy a custom tour going Around person. Reservations are needed no later than the World in 80 Minutes. Well see as much of the Friday, August 29. site as po

VOLUNTEERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE Proud Member Of BD Chamber, BRAW, CWAG, Discover Dodge County, Dodge County Historical Society, Downtown BD Inc., Horicon Marsh Bird Club, ICAA, NABS, NCOA, NISC, WASC, WI Natural Resources, WPRA and WVCA. Accredited by the Wisconsin Association of Senior Centers

Pulled Pork Sandwich, Seafood Pasta Salad, Fruit Salad, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Beverages Games Door Prizes Entertainment by Casey Carney Seniorettes Hawaiian Dancers Reservations Required Deadline Friday, July 11

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